Author Topic: Crib Goch 25/08/2019  (Read 1668 times)

Glyno

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Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« on: 07:59:52, 26/08/19 »
Just testing to see if this link works, ta!


https://youtu.be/zuUjbiJUojw

richardh1905

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #1 on: 08:20:22, 26/08/19 »
It does - wonderful, although the swaying camera is vertigo inducing!
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Mel

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #2 on: 14:44:24, 26/08/19 »
Yes, eeeek.  It does work  :o


Nice bit of vid and nice Shadow Monster  O0

vghikers

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #3 on: 15:22:39, 26/08/19 »
Nice sequence, that's just what it's like.  O0
I remember it well, 1996 it was. Me leading with Vivien behind clutching my pack straps with gaze firmly fixed on the rock, refusing to look upwards or sideways. From a distance we must have looked like a pantomime horse.

Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #4 on: 19:29:22, 26/08/19 »
That brings back some memories. It looks like you had fantastic weather. Based on the lack of people, this must have been a mid-week traverse.

Glyno

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #5 on: 04:43:52, 27/08/19 »
That brings back some memories. It looks like you had fantastic weather. Based on the lack of people, this must have been a mid-week traverse.


noo, it was Sunday morning about 8am

Glyno

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #6 on: 20:28:09, 27/08/19 »
Right, now for the 15 minute version. Is it usual for the quality to drop when uploaded to YouTube?


Just need to add music - any suggestions?


https://youtu.be/f0C9HFQJlD4

clyoung

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #7 on: 23:17:08, 27/08/19 »
Fantastic views - not sure I could handle the steep drops though  :o

Dyffryn Ardudwy

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Re: Crib Goch 25/08/2019
« Reply #8 on: 13:42:42, 28/08/19 »
Its those people who have the skill to be able to run across the ridge that i take my hat off to.
Its been years since ive been across Crib Goch, as last time, i found the rock on its crest coming away in my hand, due to the ice erosion during the winters.

Thankfully Snowdonia, in all its grandeur and beauty, has a lot more to offer the walker.

If Crib Goch was the only ridge walk in Northern Snowdonia, then i would be permanently grounded to the lower slopes.

Crib Goch has the allure and mysticism to some, but thankfully theres a lot more on offer, so i can avoid it, its not my cuppa.